I am still thinking about getting a v2 in the next month or so
>> run-of-the-mill evil company run by rotten people
I didn't realize Symantec or Trend micros were a good companies run by nice people. Maybe McAfee could be a character witness for them.
>> how could you possibly trust them to protect you?
If a "security" company doesn't have the technical expertise to figure out the difference between real and fake viruses (as it seems a number of these companies couldn't), I'm not sure how much protection they're offering anyway. I guess I'd rather watch the egress traffic from the software of the the technically-savvy company than sleep knowing I got my AV software from the brightly-colored company who bought me a steak dinner at the conference.
There is no McAfee any longer. It is now Intel Security.
I actually find Bitdefender Free to be a better alternative to Micrososft's free package. It's about as light weight and finds stuff MS's misses. And it's free.
the esp8266 will blow your freakin' tits apart.
I love these little modules. I have some 01s, 03's, and 11's and they are a blast to play with hooked up to my teensy 3.1's
A real blast until you forget the 3.3v issue and they really smell bad @ 5v.
The real question is if it installs the McAfee, and if it doesn't anybody can point me out where can I get infected?
There is no McAfee anymore. Intel bought them a while back and now they are re-branded Intel Security.
What democracy? In a democracy, you have a say. Here, you weren't even supposed to know about it for a minimum of 5 years after it took effect. Secret laws and all that.
We in the US have NEVER been a democracy.
We are a republic.
Remember in school when we had to say the Pledge of Allegiance?
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands"
"Let's show this prehistoric bitch how we do things downtown!" -- The Ghostbusters